The many failures of the flight that fetched SA’s vaccines
/ 24 March 2021

The many failures of the flight that fetched SA’s vaccines

After not flying for a year, SAA nearly botches humanitarian flight to Brussels — among other infringements — and then delays reporting the issue

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/ 23 November 2007

Dollar hits fresh record low against euro

The dollar hit a new record low against the euro on Friday in a market worried over lower forecasts for United States growth, dealers said. Europe’s single currency struck a new record peak of ,4922 in morning Asian trade, up from the previous record of ,4875 reached on Thursday. The unit was created in 1999.

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/ 15 October 2007

Airbus delivers first A380 superjumbo

Airbus on Monday delivered the first of its A380s, the world’s biggest passenger jet, to Singapore Airlines, 18 months behind schedule but with both sides hailing the major advance in air travel. The 73m-long superjumbo was handed over in a ceremony at the Airbus headquarters in Toulouse in southern France.